7 edition of Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless found in the catalog.
by Haworth Press
Written in English
|Contributions||John S. Lyons (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||249|
Evaluation of a Ramsey County case management program to assist homeless adults who are chronically chemically dependent. Ramsey County Chemical Dependency Case Management and Treatment Support Program: Year-End Report Regarding Clients Served and Services Provided, July Through June Mission Statement. The Misson of Sarita'Lynne Ministries is to promote balance and responsible independent living by preventing the relapse of chemically dependent homeless persons through housing and substance abuse treatment without the havoc and chaos caused by addiction and homelessness.
What Is Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons, and Significant Others (JACS)? Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons, and Significant Others (JACS) is a mutual support network to help individuals of the Jewish faith that are struggling with substance abuse overcome addiction in conjunction with Judaism. The organization is a sector . Louisiana Health and Rehab Center Inc. is a private non-profit provider agency which offers a large array of services throughout the state of Louisiana. Services are provided to persons who are chemically dependent, homeless, HIV+, mentally ill, developmentally disable and persons who have other handicapping conditions.
Here at last is a comprehensive volume on the often-ignored but vitally important subject of care for the chemically dependent adolescent. The most current treatment approaches are included, all focused on the unique needs of this population. For the first time, a book on adolescent chemical dependence illustrates, in a practical way, the major. Discover librarian-selected research resources on Homelessness from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more. Home» Browse» Criminal Justice» Social and Psychological Aspects of Crime» Economic Issues» Homelessness.
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Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless presents fourteen projects, funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) in cooperation with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), that were designed to develop strategies to combat the dual problems of homelessness and substance abuse, and then analyze program Cited by: 8.
: Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless: Theory and Implementation in Fourteen American Projects (): Lyons, John S, Conrad, Kendon J, Hultman, Cheryl I: Books. Relapse and Retention: Philadelphia Retention Issues in Treating Homeless Polydrug Users IX.
Transition to Independence: Birmingham Comparing Two Substance Abuse Treatments for the Homeless: The Birmingham Project X.
Conclusion Treatment of the Chemically Dependent Homeless: A Synthesis Reference Notes Included Index: Responsibility. Answering this need is Treating the Chemically Dependent and Their Families. Written by practitioners for practitioners, this informative volume presents the major issues relevant to addiction and recovery from the perspectives of the addict, the.
Treatment of the chemically dependent homeless: theory and implementation in fourteen American projects Author: Kendon J Conrad ; Cheryl I Hultman ; John S Lyons.
Issues in the treatment of the dual-diagnosis patient is the next area investigated, followed by a chapter on special populations, including criminal, pregnant, HIV-positive, and Book Description The most revolutionary, humanistic guide to counteracting chemical dependency on the market, Chemical Dependency Treatment: Innovative Group Approaches presents group models of intervention with substance using and chemically dependent clients across the continuum of care.
This model rejects the usual prerequisites of treatment, sobriety, and housing readiness, and moves mentally ill and chemically dependent individuals from homelessness straight into permanent housing with ongoing, flexible support, and an emphasis on harm reduction and consumer choice.
Journal of Chemical Dependency Treatment Journal description. This peer-reviewed journal is a comprehensive resource in the field of behavioral health care and chemical dependency.
books based on 30 votes: Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival, and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard by Liz Murray, Almost Home: Helpi. This book presents adaptations of the therapeutic community (TC) model and method for special populations of substance abusers, and implementation in a variety of institutions and human service.
The most revolutionary, humanistic guide to counteracting chemical dependency on the market, Chemical Dependency Treatment: Innovative Group Approaches presents group models of intervention with substance using and chemically dependent clients across the.
Author(s): Conrad,Kendon J Title(s): Treatment of the chemically dependent homeless: theory and implementation in fourteen American projects/ Kendon J. Conrad, Cheryl I. Hultman, John S. Lyons, guest editors. Homeless American Veterans Eros as Inspiration on the Road to Recovery: Working with Chemically Dependent Homeless American Veterans: All humans want to live ecstatically to live beyond the ordinary to feel the fire of love desire and experience the.
A plan to solve the problem of adolescent chemical dependence must focus on education, demonstration, cooperation, prevention, intervention, habilitation, treatment, and recovery. The phenomenon of denial in a chemically dependent adolescent yields a more complex delusional system that dictates age-specific intervention approaches.
Chemical dependency is recognized as an important threat to women's physical and emotional well‐being. The drug‐seeking lifestyle, debilitating effects of drug use, and chosen method of administration place women who are chemically dependent at increased risk for a variety of infections and other physical and psychologic complications.
Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) field as well, a concern which led to the formation of the "Translating Research Into Practice” subcommittee. This report represents the subcommittee’s first endeavor, a summary of peer-reviewed published literature on substance abuse treatment and homeless persons.
The program has a 90% program completion and aftercare program placement rate (Brumbaugh, ). Acupuncture treatment has also found successful application in the treatment of chemically dependent prepartum and postpartum women (Ackerman, ), and a variation of the protocol is being used to treat chemically exposed infants (Keenan, ).
Pregnant women with chemical dependency are treated at our Chemically Using Pregnant Women’s Program at Swedish Ballard. Our program is only for pregnant women and focuses on their particular needs. The program has been serving pregnant women in the northwest for more than 25 years.
Who Qualifies for Help. TAP Counselor’s Manual for Relapse Prevention With Chemically Dependent Criminal Offenders TIP Comprehensive Case Management for Substance Abuse Treatment TIP Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment and Vocational Services.
Call Restoration Society - Supportive Housing Program (for The Mentally Ill And Chemically Dependent) at for current volunteer work opportunities. As A General Note About Listings: does our best to provide listings that are free of cost.
Many of the homeless shelters and services are free of.Chemically dependent family role labels of chief enabler, hero, family scapegoat, lost child, and family mascot can be helpful as metaphors in counseling.
Treatment of the homeless does not need to include. A judgmental, moralizing approach. Rape may .That year, WSTC was able to open O’Hana House to provide permanent, supportive housing for chronically homeless, chemically dependent women and their children. Safe and sober housing is an essential component of recovery, according to the U.S.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).